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  • Where to see the candidates

    Here is a list of forums that will be hosting candidtates for the Board of Education: When: March 14, 6 p.m., Where: Starflight Enterprises, 6801 Douglas Legum Drive, Elkridge Sponsor: Thurgood Marshall Democratic Club of Howard County When: March 18,...
  • African-American social club celebrates its centenary

    African-American social club celebrates its centenary
    Members of the Arch Social Club, at North and Pennsylvania avenues, are about to have a party. And the reason they're partying is that the city's oldest African-American social club is about to celebrate its centenary. An anniversary church service in...
  • Smoke returns plane to BWI

    A Delta Air Lines flight to Atlanta returned to Baltimore late Monday afternoon after passengers smelled smoke in the cabin, an airline spokesman said. Though pilots did not declare an emergency, Flight 1425 turned back shortly after taking off and...
  • Gas tax: Pay now or later

    Gas tax: Pay now or later
    Over the past month, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline has increased 25 cents in Maryland. As far as anyone can tell, the motorists of this state received no particular benefit from the change in price — aside from a lighter...
  • Cool winds hold back record-setting heat

    Cool winds hold back record-setting heat
    A "backdoor" front blowing cool winds from the northeast prevented Baltimore from setting a heat record Thursday, but not from enjoying a fourth-straight unseasonably warm day. Temperatures peaked at 73 degrees atBaltimore-Washington International...
  • Hundreds of Jobs Available at the Thurgood Marshall Job Fair

    Hundreds of Jobs Available at the Thurgood Marshall Job Fair
    The West Michigan Community Help Network will host the Thurgood Marshall Job and Career Fair Expo in Muskegon Heights today. This free event will be held at the Bishop Williams L. Burrell Multi-Plex Center along Sherman Boulevard from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m....
  • Traffic: 5-vehicle accident on U.S. 50 westbound

    Traffic: 5-vehicle accident on U.S. 50 westbound
    As of 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, traffic was slow on U.S. 50 westbound at Ritchie Highway, due to an accident involving five vehicles. Accidents were slowing traffic on I-95 southbound near O'Donnell Street in Baltimore City, the inner loop of I-695 at I-83...
  • Job Fair Offers Shot at 500 Jobs Available in Muskegon County

    Job Fair Offers Shot at 500 Jobs Available in Muskegon County
    Toby Salisbury waited for his chance to speak with potential employers, with his young family in tow. "I've got a little girl, she's about a year old, May 23rd she'll be a year old and I have a beautiful loving caring wife," Salisbury said. He said...
  • Thurgood Marshall Job Fair 2012 Exhibitors

    Here is a partial list of the employers that exhibited at the Thurgood Marshall Job Fair. Check back for the complete list. Manpower Meijer McDonald's Muskegon Public Schools Hospice of Michigan Webb Alcola Outmed Telebond Rothbury Steel...
  • Baltimore, other cities battle federal security funding plan

    Local homeland security officials in Baltimore and across the country are fighting a proposal to change how $2 billion in federal emergency management money is distributed — a change they say would jeopardize regional efforts to respond to terrorist...
  • Maryland braces for Memorial Day travelers

    Maryland braces for Memorial Day travelers
    State transportation officials hope you'll do a lot of sightseeing this Memorial Day weekend. Just not on the Bay Bridge. Travelers headed to the Eastern Shore for the first time since last summer might be surprised. For one thing, the toll has risen...